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India Versus South Africa – One Off T20 At Johannesburg – Who Will Win?

Updated on August 26, 2015

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India Versus South Africa – One Off T20 At Johannesburg – Who Will Win?

Nobody Will Bother About The Result:

No one in this universe will worry about tomorrow’s match in which India takes on the South Africans in a one off T20. But both the teams will try to win because this will be a good practice for both the teams for the T20 World Cup this year. It’s just a T20 and so even the team members will not care if they lose to the opponent. It’s just a marking of the 150th year. So, both the teams will consider this as a practice match and will play to their potential.

Indians Have A Slight Edge:

I think the Indians have got a slight edge going into this competition because they have got a good talented pace attack mixed with batting icons like Dhoni, Kohli, Raina, Gambhir, Uthappa, Rohit and Pathan etc in their team. The spinners Ashwin and Rahul and the seamers Vinay, Praveen and Dinda add weight to the bowling department. And the fielding will be extremely good with young legs like Raina, Jadeja, Rohit, Tiwary and Kohli ready for the run. Yusuf Pathan and Suresh Raina can even bowl their part time spin in exclusion to their batting skills. In addition to these factors, the captaincy of Dhoni will be a major boost for the Indians as he is one of the best captains that the sport has ever witnessed. These factors say that the maximum chance is for the Indians but we can’t underestimate the Africans because they have also got some of the fire powers in their side.

India Versus South Africa – One Off T20 At Johannesburg – Who Will Win?

India Versus South Africa – One Off T20 At Johannesburg – Who Will Win?

The African Bench Strength:

The Africans cannot be underestimated in this match. They too have got some of the big names to boast about. If you see the pace attack, they have got Wayne Parnell, Rusty Theron, Tsotsobe and two all rounders in the names of Albie and Kallis. They have got their captain himself (Botha), who can spin the ball both ways. Batting looks deeper with the likes of the new T20 record holder Levi, Kallis, Ingram, Faf Du Plessis and the wicket keeper batsmen Morne Van Wyk. But if the Indians can take the priced wicket of Richard Levi, then it will be curtains for the Africans tomorrow. It will be interesting to see whether the Indian pace attack can tackle the danger man in the form of Richard Levi?

It Will Be A Thrilling Contest To Watch Out For:

The India South Africa clash, which is expected to take place at Johannesburg tomorrow, will be a thriller as it is the shortest version of the game and it has also drawn the attention of millions of cricket lovers all over the World. The Indians have got an ample number of big-hitters in their team, who can change the course of the match very quickly. But the sad part of the story is the South Africans don’t possess big-hitters like what India does. But that one man Levi will be equal to eleven players in the team. It will be interesting to see his innings.

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    • Ramkeyviswa profile imageAUTHOR

      Ramkeyviswa 

      6 years ago from Chennai, India

      Dear ramkimeena,

      Thank you for your valuable comments, New zealand is not a big team to be dealt with.

      Best wishes to you, Keep reading!

    • Ramkeyviswa profile imageAUTHOR

      Ramkeyviswa 

      6 years ago from Chennai, India

      Dear dinkan53,

      Sachin is fit for the IPL and we can see him in the action surely.

      Best wishes to you! Keep writing.

    • ramkimeena profile image

      ramkimeena 

      6 years ago from India

      South Africa is in good form after defeating New Zealand recently.

    • dinkan53 profile image

      dinkan53 

      6 years ago from India

      Oh thanks a lot, we will keep our fingers close for tomorrow's game. But sad that Sachin is not there. But hope everything will be fine with his leg and we can watch him playing in IPL.

    • Ramkeyviswa profile imageAUTHOR

      Ramkeyviswa 

      6 years ago from Chennai, India

      Dear dinkan53,

      Thank you for your valuable comments! But the time u have mentioned is not at 22 but its at 21. Please change it.

      Best wishes to you. Keep reading!

    • dinkan53 profile image

      dinkan53 

      6 years ago from India

      Anxiously waiting for tomorrow's T20 match at 22.00 Indian time , I think. Yes it is a good batting side for India, but Iam little bit worried about the bowling side. Anyway I believe that win will be on Indian side tomorrow.

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